healthy party foods

Portabello Mushroom Pizza

Want a healthy pizza alternative that doesn’t have all the carbs? This is it!


• 8 Portabello mushrooms
• 2 cups pizza sauce
• 1 cup part skim milk mozzarella cheese or cheese substitute
• 1/3 cup of each: red, green, orange pepper, diced
• 1/3 cup sweet onion, diced
• 2-3 large basil leaves, finely diced
• 1 tsp red pepper flakes


  1. Preheat oven by setting the broiler on low.
  2. Take a baking sheet and cover with a silicone non-stick baking mat or parchment paper for easy clean up.
  3. Remove stems of Portabellos and gently rub Portabellos with a wet cloth to clean.
  4. Place Portabellos ‘belly’ side up on the baking sheet. Spoon about 2 tablespoons of pizza sauce into each Portabella.
  5. Sprinkle about 2-3 tbsp mozzarella cheese or cheese substitute on top of sauce.
  6. Sprinkle onion and pepper on top of cheese. Shake on some red pepper flakes and sprinkle finely diced basil on top.
  7. Broil in the oven on the lowest temperature setting on the middle rack for about 10-12 minutes,
  8. Serve immediately and enjoy! Serves 4.

Recipe from Unstoppable Fitness Experts


Before you are even really awake, before alertness has settled down into your mind, walk outside. Walk barefoot. Walk out onto the deck, down the stairs, down onto the grass. Walk over the rocks and the leaves, toes gripping and teasing and finding their way against bugs and dirt and twigs. You are looking for avocados. You are collecting the fruit of last night’s drop. If there was a wind, there will be exponentially more, but even without a wind, you will tuck at least five sun-warmed orbs of avocado into your night shirt, their heat beginning to awaken you from slumber.

This is the way to wake up. This is the way I woke up on Maui, our home surrounded by sixty foot avocado trees that bore fruit so big it was aptly dubbed a football avocado. But we had other varietals, too, none of them properly known or classified, all of them distinct. Smooth skin, thin skin, pebbly skin, thick skin, greenish-black skin, kelly green skin. Huge pit, tiny pit, medium pit. Watery, creamy, buttery, salty, sweet, flavorless. Firmness like a golf ball, give like a tennis ball, softness like a ripe lemon. Pale yellow, lightest green, bright emerald. Tiny like eggs, round like wiffle balls, giant like footballs.

Read more and get the recipe here.

Do you love Yayoi from Idolm@ster?
if your answer was anything but ‘FUCK YES OH MY GOD LOOK AT THIS ANGEL’ then you are officially banned from everything in the world.

One of Yayoi’s favorite meals is her Bean Sprout Party Meal, which is literally just bean sprouts with some yummy sauces because idk that’s just how she rolls.

And even though you’re not an adorable pig tailed idol, doesn’t mean you can’t eat like one, my friend.

So we’re gonna learn how to make some delicious bean sprouts today. Strap into your seat belts for this not extremely wild but still super fun ride.


Yayoi’s Bean Sprout Party!
(servings: 6)


  • 3 cups bean sprouts
  • 3 cloves grated garlic
  • ½ tsp grated ginger
  • 3 Tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 ½ tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 1 tsp peanut oil (plus more for frying)


  • Listen to some Idolm@ster music and proceed to get a bunch of cute songs stuck in your head.
  • Whisk the soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, garlic, ginger and 1tsp of peanut oil in a small bowl. Let it rest.
  • Drizzle some peanut oil into a wok over high heat. Continue heating up the pan until you can drop ¼ tsp of water in it and it will evaporate almost instantly.
  • Once the wok is thoroughly heated, add the bean sprouts in and stir fry for 2 minutes.
  • After 2 minutes, mix the soy sauce mixture again and then proceed to pour it all over the bean sprouts. Coat the sprouts and stir fry for another 2 minutes, or less.
  • Serve that shit up hot with some rice or onigiri, yo.



Who needs to live on a shitty weeb diet of pocky and instant ramen when you can have a mother fucking bEAN SPROUT PARTY!?